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Eranos Yearbook 69: 2006/2007/2008 (New)
by Eranos Foundation
Publisher: Daimon Verlag
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9783856307349, 3856307346
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This Eranos Yearbook covers the events of the first three years since the relaunching of the Eranos Foundation in 2006. The themes of the conferences -- ‘The Modernities of East and West’ or ‘Perspectives on Violence and Aggression’, for example -- reflect both the long and prestigious tradition of the Eranos Foundation and the relevance of Eranos to the present. The prominent international speakers succeeded in making fruitful contributions in addressing some of the most pressing questions of our times. The conferences were held under the presidency of John van Praag (2005-2009), to whom the Eranos Foundation is indebted for having conducted this major endeavor.
528 pages, color illustrations
In addition, there are 58 illustrations, many in color.
- 2006 Eranos Conference "Eranos Reborn"
- 2007 Eranos Conference "The Modernities of East and West"
- 2007 Fetzer at Eranos Conference "Emerging Images of Humanity - Exploring Conscious Participation in Emergent Processes"
- 2008 Eranos Conference "Perspectives on Violence and Aggression"
- A Presentation from the 2008 Pacifica at Eranos Conference "The Legacy Tour of Zurich and Eranos, Ascona, Switzerland"
Foundation Eranos gathered around C. G. Jung to discuss the research topics they were involved in whether in psychology, religion, anthropology, or the classics. At this conference, the first of the Eranos Conferences, a unique tradition was born -- and the Eranos Conferences have continued up to this day. They have united some of the most unusual thinkers and personalities of this century with the in-depth research of lesser-known scholars. The conferences continue to provide a fertile opportunity for meetings and creative discussions. Over the years, the Eranos Conferences have become famous for their diversity and breadth of humanistic content.
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